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Mon 23 Sep 2019
10:00 - 11:00

Venue: Department of Zoology, Main Lecture Theatre

Provided by: Office of Student Conduct, Complaints and Appeals


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University Student Discipline Procedure Briefing
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Mon 23 Sep 2019

Description

This training will provide an overview of the University’s new Student Discipline Procedure, which will be introduced at the start of Michaelmas Term 2019. The training will provide an overview of the new Procedure including how academic and non-academic student misconduct will be dealt with from investigation and decision making, through to the likely outcomes. As well as providing information on how to support students through the new process and how to raise concerns regarding student behaviour, the session will also include an overview of the revised guidance on investigating academic misconduct (plagiarism) at department/faculty level.

Target audience

Anyone with an interest in how the procedure will work, including those with responsibilities for investigating academic misconduct at departmental/faculty level, staff who may be supporting complainant or respondent students during the process or staff who may have to raise a concern about a student’s conduct.

Sessions

Number of sessions: 1

# Date Time Venue Trainers
1 Mon 23 Sep   10:00 - 11:00 10:00 - 11:00 Department of Zoology, Main Lecture Theatre map Sarah d'Ambrumenil,  Chris Down
Aims
  • To understand the principles and purpose of the University's Student Discipline Procedure
  • To understand how to raise concerns about student behaviour and the different procedures available
  • To be able to provide complainant or respondent students with appropriate information and direct them to support available
  • To understand how academic misconduct will be investigated under the revised guidance.
Duration
  • One session of 60 minutes

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